First time in Oz for Imvrios
Petros Imvrios will tour Australia for the first time in June, playing one show only - at this stage - at Kinisi in Melbourne
Petros Imvrios will tour Australia for the first time in June, playing one show only - at this stage - at Kinisi in Melbourne.
Born in Stuttgart Germany, the talented singer songwriter began his career at the tender age of 15 when he joined his first band Gallini. Whilst studying economy and management at the University of Thessaloniki, Imvrios studied piano and singing parallel to his degree and would play as a musician in local clubs.
In his time he has worked with big names in the industry such as Anna Vissi, Notis Sfakianakis, and Antonis Vardis.
In 1991 he began, together with Chari Zacharo, the pop band P&X and they produced their first CD Ekstasi. It was in 1993 that Imvrios embarked on his solo career as a musician and three years later, released his first CD Anatolika Fisai.
Petros Imvrios will play Kinisi Live on the Queens Birthday long weekend Sunday 10 June.
Tickets are $135 and include a meal. For tickets and more information you can call Con T on 0438 328 016 or Con V on 0422 748 469.
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